SCSI drives suitable for setting up an array

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What speed SCSI drives are suitable for CAD designers working off the server? How would you set them up in an array? We need 10 TB capacity.

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For large files like that you’ll want very, very fast drives. Either 15k RPM SCSI disks, or Solid State Drives. You will also want at least 1 Gig Ethernet between the users and the server so that the transfer of information is very quick.

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